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Published July 28, 2009


Letter to the editor: Enjoyed new pool

To the Editor and Aquatic Center Committee:

Letter to the editor: ATV Rally/Parade

Legislators and citizens are banding together on Aug. 8, in a combined parade and rally through the streets of the capitol city to Take Utah Back. Too much of what makes Utah a great place to live, work, and play has been taken from us. More than...

Letter to the editor: Concern about ordinance

I have concerns about the Property Maintenance and Enforcement Ordinance, and the City of Castle Dale, and all the cities in Emery County, making a partnership with FEMA, under their Emergency Operations Plans. This will affect every citizen, and...

Letter to the editor: Too much Michael?

I am writing in reference to the media and how they have handled the sudden and unexpected death of Michael Jackson. Over the past few weeks his face has been on every television channel, newspaper and magazine cover. Although a large amount of h...

Letter to the editor: Raid uncalled for?

I was shocked, but not surprised at the raid on two dozen of the residents of Blanding. I am not defending these people for looting artifacts. I am only protesting the terrible way that they were treated, resulting in the deaths of two individual...

Letter to the editor: Cap and Trade

The House of Representatives passed a massive Cap and Trade bill last month. The goal of the bill is to reduce carbon emissions by capping them at an arbitrary level, and then "trading" the right to emit more than the capped amount. A better labe...

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